Synonyms for santuzza or Related words with santuzza

amneris              turiddu              nedda              escamillo              cherubino              cavaradossi              mefistofele              germont              adalgisa              amonasro              zerlina              cavalleria              manrico              zerbinetta              scarpia              marschallin              abigaille              otello              pollione              radames              sparafucile              puritani              montecchi              marzelline              capuleti              barbarina              grisi              kundry              pagliacci              rigoletto              nannetta              cenerentola              musetta              gioconda              norina              violetta              sonnambula              frasquita              nemorino              rodelinda              elisir              suor              bolena              rinuccio              kitri              dinorah              lecouvreur              ariodante              poppea              semiramide             

Examples of "santuzza"
A post office called Santuzza was established in 1899, and remained in operation until 1902. It is unknown why the name Santuzza was applied to the community.
Alfio leaves. The choir inside the church is heard singing the "Regina Coeli". Outside, the villagers sing an Easter Hymn, joined by Santuzza. The villagers enter the church, while Santuzza and Lucia remain outside. Lucia asks Santuzza why she signalled her to remain silent when Alfio said that he had seen Turiddu that morning. Santuzza exclaims, "Voi lo sapete" – "Now you shall know"), and tells Lucia the story of her seduction by Turiddu and his affair with Lola. Lucia pities Santuzza, whom the villagers are considering excommunicating for her seduction. Santuzza cannot enter the church, but begs Lucia to go inside and pray for her.
Turiddu arrives. Santuzza upbraids him for pretending to have gone away, when he was actually seeing Lola. Lola enters the square singing. She mocks Santuzza and goes inside the church. Turiddu turns to follow Lola, but Santuzza begs him to stay. Turiddu pushes her away. She clings to him. He loosens her hands, throws her to the ground, and enters the church. Alfio arrives looking for Lola. Santuzza tells him that his wife has betrayed him with Turiddu. Alfio swears to take "vendetta" (revenge) which causes Santuzza to repent for having disclosed the affair and begs Alfio to stop to no avail.
Santuzza is an unincorporated community in Lewis County, in the U.S. state of Missouri.
In 1967 Roberto made her debut at the San Francisco Opera as Santuzza in "Cavalleria Rusticana". That same year she made her debut at the New York City Opera as Mimi in "La boheme" with Placido Domingo as Rodolfo. She also portrayed Cio-Cio-San to Domingo's Pinkerton with the NYCO in 1967. She returned to the NYCO in the 1968-1969 season to portray Cio-Cio-San (with Domingo) and Santuzza, and once again in 1972 as Santuzza.
Pietro Mascagni "Cavalleria rusticana" (Santuzza) – oper interpreted in première for Romania at Bucharest National Theatre in 1891;
In a Sicilian village, the peasant girl Santuzza falls for the tanner Turiddu. However he tires of her and returns to his old love, Lola. To get revenge, Santuzza tells Lola's husband Alfio about the love affair, resulting in a duel with knives between Alfio and Turiddu.
Before the action takes place, the young villager Turiddu had returned from military service to find that his fiancée Lola had married the carter Alfio while Turiddu was away. In revenge, Turiddu had seduced Santuzza, a young woman in the village. As the opera begins, Lola, overcome by her jealousy of Santuzza, has begun an adulterous affair with Turiddu.
Turiddu rushes out. Lucia, weeping, wanders aimlessly around outside her house. Santuzza approaches and throws her arms around her. The villagers start to crowd around. Voices are heard in the distance and a woman cries, "They have murdered Turiddu!" Santuzza faints and Lucia collapses in the arms of the women villagers.
Apart from mezzo and alto roles, she also sang soprano roles traditionally sung by mezzos such as Santuzza ("Cavalleria Rusticana") and Adalgisa ("Norma").
Santuzza, having slept with Turiddu and suspecting that he has betrayed her for Lola, is distraught and approaches Lucia as she comes out of her house. Santuzza asks for Turiddu, but Lucia replies that he has gone to another town to fetch some wine. Santuzza tells her that he was seen during the night in the village. Lucia asks her inside to talk, but just at that moment Alfio arrives on his wagon, accompanied by the villagers. He praises the joys of a teamster's life and the beauty of Lola his bride. Alfio asks Lucia for some of her fine old wine. She tells him it has run out and Turiddu has gone away to buy more. Alfio replies that he had seen Turiddu early that morning near his cottage. Lucia starts to express surprise, but Santuzza stops her.
At the Berlin State Opera, she often appeared in Wagner but also as Tosca, Santuzza ("Cavalleria rusticana") and Elektra, as well as in musicals.
Her repertoire included roles such as Abigail, Lady Macbeth, Amelia, Leonora, Elisabetta, Aida, Gioconda, Santuzza, Maddalena, Tosca, Donna Anna, Medea, Norma, etc.
Russ performed in a wide range of roles, from bel canto to verismo, her repertory included; Semiramide, Giulia, Amaltea, Paolina, Abigail, Elvira, Leonora, Amelia, Wally, Gioconda, Santuzza, etc.
The personal mission of the young man becomes secretly conquer Santuzza; he succeeds and escapes with the intention to get her pregnant; she also loves him then perform a classic fuitina and marry. Back between the two bands will lead a battle to pacify and unite the feuding families, giving birth to a single large band of Sicilian mobsters, mafia less and less incapable, having now heads the mammasantissima Santuzza.
Florence (1955), and as Amelia in "Il duca d'Alba", in Verona (1956). She made occasional appearances in France and Spain. Other notable roles included: Amelia, Elisabetta, Gioconda, Santuzza, Tosca.
Sibille also sang Santuzza in Mascagni's "Cavalleria rusticana", Giulietta in Les Contes d'Hoffmann, the mother in "Louise", Taven in "Mireille", Anila in "La Navaraisse", Télémaque in "Pénélope" and Geneviève in "Pélléas et Mélisande".
Her repertory at the Met included Amneris, Eboli, Adalgisa, Santuzza, Azucena, Dalila, Carmen (only on tour and in outdoor park concerts), Principessa ("Adriana Lecouvreur") and Mistress Quickly (which she added in 1985, singing with Giuseppe Taddei as "Falstaff").
Saint Rosalia (1130–1166), also called La Santuzza or ""The Little Saint"", and in local dialect as "Rusulia", is the patron saint of Palermo in Italy, and three towns in Venezuela: El Hatillo, Zuata, and Anzoátegui.
Her recordings include a complete "Faust" under Sir Thomas Beecham (1930); substantial extracts from William Vincent Wallace's "Maritana"; and Santuzza in "Cavalleria rusticana" and Nedda in "Pagliacci". A complete discography has been prepared.